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The Obama administration continues to come under fire from constitutionalists because of its ever-weakening stance on enforcing immigration laws, including the deportation of illegal immigrants.

A delegation of Catholic bishops from around the United States and Mexico paid a visit Tuesday to the U.S.-Mexican border, where they celebrated Mass and made an appeal to Congress for immigration reform.

A group of U.S. and Mexican Catholic bishops celebrated Mass at the U.S.-Mexican border and appealed to Congress for immigration reform. by Jack Kenny

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials released 67,879 illegal immigrants with criminal convictions in 2013 and made no move to deport them. ICE is part of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

According to Pew, the generation following the millennials may be the first in American history to be more than 50 percent non-white. What does this mean for our nation's political and cultural future?

The Romeike family, like all homeschooling families in today’s Germany, was suffering from ruthless government persecution under a Nazi-era ban on home education originally used by Hitler to brainwash children with his murderous National Socialist ideology. In 2008, facing the prospect of having their lives destroyed and children abducted, the Christian family fled to the United States seeking educational freedom in the “Land of the Free.” Now, thanks to Obama and the Supreme Court, they must find another home.

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